I'm always in the game for new stuff. Especially sleep products that aren't doinks or the usual lot. This was sent to me by [I think?] @strangestorybro. I haven't used it yet, but let's see what what the label tells us.
It leads off with some heavy glycine, magnesium and GABA; all anoxilitic and calming ingredients. Other common players are the likes of theanine, velvet bean extract assuminlgy for L-Dopa, and Cholinace. The cholinace may seem new but it's a choline blend, which I'm not sure would be calming but it's always helpful.
New players? Magnolia Extract for Magnolol, a fairly active GABAa agnosit/allosteric modulator. That could, and seems to be, a fairly calming ingredient if you put stock in the chinese claims. The next would be the Corydalis yanhusou, which is standardized for L-tetrahydropalmitine. Now this is QUITE anoxilitic. THP is nothing to scoff at, as it has extremely broad impacts on the nervous system. The interactions with dopamine, its receptors, as well as GABA are so broadly anoxilitic it's no wonder this has been used in medical settings under a slightly altered structure. Tbh, I'm going to bet this is going to inform most of the product.
What I can kinda say for me will be moot is the Melatonin and 5-HTP. Melanotan works, sure, but chronic use sucks. 5-HTP I'd rather not take but I suppose it can be calming or so. Those aside this looks, by THP, to be worthwhile. Thanks for sending it over!
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